Ratings based on 47 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.2 Room cleanliness
2.6 Service & staff
2.1 Room comfort
1.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Otherby A verified traveler from Thousand Oaks, Ca.
Price was right.Posted Jul 7, 2014
Pros: Price, close to what needed.
Cons: A major renovation/facelift would be nice, but you know who'd end up paying for that!
Staff was friendly and helpful. Minor quibbles... Housekeeping forgot to restock the coffee. No biggie. Room was and remained clean, but the facility is rather old and run down. Free breakfast is good. We needed a reasonably priced room in close proximity to Redbud MX. Mission accomplished, and we'd do it all again. However, if a newer, fancier hotel - also close to Redbud - were to price-match... Hmmm...
by A verified traveler
AncientPosted Jul 1, 2014
Motel has aura of past grandeur... 50 years ago! Cavernous, very old, smelly and run down. Damage to doors and can see into some rooms that are completely uninhabitable and obviously not used. Thin walls, can hear talking and walking, doors slamming. We did not get hardly any rest the one night we stayed. Reminded me of post - apocalyptic pc games... population wiped out, building remains and rediscovered 50 years later... on a positive note, the room seemed as clean as possible, considering the conditions. Beds were comfortable and sheets clean, but comforters stained and had cigarette holes burned in them... it worked for our purpose and was cheap, but you get what you pay for. We will not be visiting this motel again.
by Kme from pa
You get what you pay forPosted Jun 23, 2014
We have stayed at other Baymont Hotels but this one is run down and not to the standard I am used to. The room was clean but it could use some general upgrades. Was rather disappointed with this experience.
by avid traveler
Worst hotel everPosted Jun 5, 2014
Was there for four nights with two rooms. Over priced, staff was unhelpful, rooms were not made up for two of the nights. GM thought that candies were a good source of appology. I was however given a small discount on a $1400. Bill becsuse it was ND graduation weekend. Will not be staying in any hotel that the Windam is part of...
by Vicki from South Bend, IN.
A lot of disappointmentPosted May 29, 2014
Everything they advertised seemed to be false. There was no WiFi, the continental breakfast was a bunch of cereal and things u warmed in the microwave. Had very few channels to watch there wasn't even a trash can in my room I had to go find one. Also I was supposed to have as refrigerator and when I asked where it was they told me they didn't know I also had to find my own. There was trash in the hallways. The whole experience was very very disappointing and I wouldn't recommend it at all to anyone.
by Joe from Indianapolis IN
For Construction Workers OnlyPosted May 9, 2014
Pros: Location, location, location. I was surrounded by restaurants, and close to Notre Dame University. And no one got in my way. I had the place to myself
Cons: They need to close the hotel, finish the construction, clean the place of all the construction dust, and then reopen.
Location: Fantastic location. Close to everything. Many amenities. Restaurants, shopping, ...
I should have known that something was wrong. There were only two cars parked in the one and only large parking lot between the two units when I drove in. The motel was actually quite large, with at least 200 rooms, and a pool which I could not find. The desk clerk, Rebecca, was very sweet and helpful, but within minutes, I realized that I was on a construction site, under construction. There was construction dust everywhere. The stairways, the handrails, the hallways were extremely dirty, and in terrible condition. The room itself was very clean and nicely appointed. kind of like an oasis within a larger mess. I soon find out that the toilet would work only if I turned the water valves on and off at the base of the wall behind the toilet seat. The night was uneventful, really very quiet. But then, I was one of only maybe four other people staying there. The next morning, when I checked out, the male clerk, unnamed, asked if I had hot water that morning, which I did, but evidently the other three people didn't. I reported the non-working toilet, and the clerk said that the plumber had just arrived to replace all of the toilet tank hardware. What a conincidence. Personally, I had a good nights sleep. It was quiet and uneventful. But It was kind of spooky, if you know what I mean? Oh, I forgot, I couldn't find the complimentary breakfast. Maybe the construction crew got to it first.
for Personal Eventby Don from Rockford
Not RecommendedPosted Apr 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
They have no intention of offering a pool. This is blatant misrepresentation. Other mechanical issues include waiting 20 minutes for hot water. I can't imagine anyone from Wyndham corporate has ever visited here.
Recommendedby G. Ortiz from Illinois
Never again!Posted Apr 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
Arrived around 10:30 pm. No one at the front desk. Then she comes out of the bar with a drink in her hand to check me in. Room smelled funny, door wouldn't close to the room unless you lifted the handle. Needless to say I will never go back and I didn't stay my 2nd night. We checked out.
by A verified traveler
A DUMPPosted Dec 2, 2013
Pros: location was close to stadium
Cons: where do i begin?! Ceilings, Bathrooms, Cracks, Cleaning.............
Location: Close to Notre Dame Stadium
Hotel is in process of renovations, obvious due to buckets of paint sitting out back of my room window. Carpet was new, which was the only thing I can say was nice. There were stains on the celing, bathroom faucets were rusted and leaking. I was a little leary of even sleeping in the bed. We were in town from Kentucky for the Notre Dame football game, which we we had never been to, and all the hotels in the area were sold out. We reserved the room a month in advance at a cost of $239 per nite which is absolutely ridiculous. I wouldn't have stayed in this hotel if I had another option. Very disappointing.
by Matt from Kansas City, Mo
Crappy hotel close to Notre Dame.Posted Nov 26, 2013
The only redeeming value if the Baymont Inn is it's location. While the staff were very professional and helpful, the facilities and rooms were disappointing to say the least. The outside of the buildings and parking lot are unkept and there was litter everywhere, the inside of the buildings are dingy, with dirty carpets and walls. The ice machine looked as though someone had taken a hammer to it. The room itself was clean but smelled bad, and the television looked to be about twenty years old with a terrible picture. Our towels were changed after the first night but the sheets and beds were not touched by the room staff. Overall the experience was bad, clearly the owners are concerned only with taking advantage of Notre Dame football guests ($210 per night for two double beds).